ISO 50001: Implementation Challenges & Intro To Its Family

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ISO 50001:ImplementationChallenges & Intro toits Family

The Flow Our Brief Intro Approach to EC Barriers to greater Energy Efficiency PDCA Approach to EnMS System Implementation Bottlenecks. Way Out Intro Other Family Members of ISO50001

Emergence of PCRA 1973:OIL CRISIS WORLD OVER STUDY TEAM:ENGINEERS FROM IOC, NPC, DGTD ESTIMATED HUGE OILCONSERVATION POTENTIAL IN INDUSTRIES & STUs STUDYRESULTS:CONSERVATION POTENTIALOF 20 - 30% 6th JAN’76:PETROLEUM CONSERVATION ACTION GROUP (PCAG) FORMED 10th AUG’78:PCAG RECONSTITUTED AS“PETROLEUM CONSERVATIONRESEARCH ASSOCIATION” (PCRA)AND REGISTERED AS A SOCIETY UNDER MOP&NG

PCRA ActivitiesISO-50001:2011TransportEnergy Audit PAT SolutionsBook ield ActivitiesOGCFAnnual EventEducationCampaignPCRATrainingR&DSponsoring Energy Efficient Research Projects

PAN-India Presence

Ad hoc approach

Structured Approach with Energy Management SystemSenior managementcommit to programCosts 5%Initial savingssustained0-5%Housekeeping first – theninvestment-10%Becomes companyculture-15%-20%-25%Investment0Years3Source: UNIDO 2010

Why an Energy Management System Strengthens management focus on energy Createsawareness/encouragescommitmentacross a company/organization Introduces and sustains a systematic approach toefficiency Requires management commitment of resourcesappropriate to the goals of the EnMS Is based on measurement Provides continuity through changes in personnelAttitude

What we offer as implementation consultant Gap Analysis – Identification of Energy aspects and itsevaluation to determine the severity of impact. System Development & Documentation– Providingtemplates and necessary guidance to core team indocumentation as required by the standard formaintaining an effective EnMS. Implementation of documented EnMS– Providingguidance for the implementation (infrequent visitsduring implementation)

What we offer as implementationimplementation consultant:consultantWhat Conducting one cycle of EnMS Internal Audit andprovide guidance for initiating corrective action forthe reported audit findings in form of NCs Provide guidance for conducting ManagementReview in accordance with the requirements of thestandard. Provide guidance for initiating corrective action forthe external audit findings reported by the certifyingbody. Trainings:(a).Awareness Training: 3 tier.(b).Internal Auditors Training(c).Training for MRM

Why PCRAWhatwe offer as implementation consultant: PCRA is a Non Profit organization working under the aegis ofMoP&NG. We are into EES for more than 35 years for which EnMS ismade. PCRA provides EES thru PAN INDIA presence. PCRA has a Team of 25 certified Energy Auditors with 4Accredited EAs and 8 nos ISO-50001:2011 EnMS LeadAuditors, who have been associated in Energy EfficiencyStudies across industrial sectors of varying capacity. A large number of industries have realized huge savings inenergy consumption through studies done by PCRA.

Why PCRAWhatwe offer as implementation consultant: Strong Training Capabilities: completed energyconservation training for ONGC mgmt and non-mgmtstaff for approx. 12000 nos during last three years whichwas well appreciated by ONGC management. Successfully completed ISO-50001 Assignments-BPCLRefinery, Uran LPG Plant, NR&SR Pipeline Div of IOCL.Cipla(3 units),BORL. In hand- Cochi Refinery, 9 LPG/LubeLocations of BPCL & HP, GAIL Auditing IOCL Gujarat Refinery third time in a span of 5years.

Certified Organizations thru PCRA

Energy Conservation &System challenges

Barriers to Energy Efficiency Management focus is on production and not on energyefficiency Lack of information and understanding of financial andqualitative benefits First costs are more important than recurring costs disconnection between capital and operating budgets Lack of technical training on systems of energy efficiency(energy and management) Technical knowledge exists but resides with individualsrather than with the organization sustainability risk Poor monitoring system and data for overall operations

Energy Conservation challenges Energy at subsidized pricesTheftCulture of extravagance and wasteLack of energy competencyLack of market support to energy technologyFears of compromising the productionLegislation to impose or promote energy efficiencyShortage of energy metering and control systemsDecision Taking on cost not on value

MR Junior Cadre Reporting to Middle MgmtCadre Poor Leadership/Co-ordinating Capability Overloaded with line job No Adequate Support

Man power Availability Major emphasis on training for ISO 50001– Installations are running 24*7 – Availability ofManpower is main constrain– Turnover of Trainees– Co-ordination issues– Comfort Zone Encroachment

Top Management Support Many times its poor. Provide Inadequate time to MRM Poor support in integrating System 3-Pillars

Many Management Systems Numbers of systems are in place– Resistance to one more new system– No faith in the system.– Adds additional job Measurements & Targets– Resistance to Change

Oh! One More System.

Purchase ISO 50001 suggests for Energy efficientEquipment– Existing Govt. L1 Policy– Resistance from Purchase and FinanceDepartment.– Necessary to change Purchase policy based onLCC.– Availability of Limited Vendor. Require purchasefrom Single Party.

Way AheadOptimum Requirementsoptimize comfort zone; design to capacity;avoid oversizing; bigger is not always betterFlexible Designsingle machine cannot do everything; provideflexibility to accommodate variability; VFD is afeasible optionEfficient Equipmentsconsider LLC; energy efficient equipment mayhave higher initial cost but lower operatingcostEffective Monitoringrun systems at best efficiency; stop when notrequired; nothing consumes less than a turnedoff deviceCompetent Peoplepeople make or brake systems; people are thebrains behind system success

BPCL EnMS journeyA journey of a thousand miles begins witha single step in the right directionAug 14Jan 14Oct 13Onward JourneyCertifying EnMS on ISO 50001Internal Audit for EngineersAug 13 Established Energy Management SystemAug 13Set energy objectives, targets & action planAug 13 Established Refinery energy management policyJuly 13 Started Documentation and Energy ReviewJuly 13 Establish Energy baseline and started Training all SEU’sJuly13 Developed Energy Monitoring Bar Chart Time Bound ProgramJuly 13 Management Representative and Asst. MR appointed by EDJuly 13Kick off meeting on ISO 50001 Energy Management System

Lets Meet Other Family Members

Scope:ISO 50002 This International Standard applies to an EA carriedout in relation to energy performance and specifies therequirements, common methodology and deliverablesfor energy audits. It applies to all forms ofestablishments and organizations, all forms of energyand uses of energy. Covers the general requirements common to all EA. Does not address the requirements for auditing anorganization’s EnMS: these are described in ISO 50003.

Scope:ISO 50002Applicability of an ISO 50002 energy audit to an ISO50001;– ISO 50002 helps in developing energy review and energyperformance.– The use of an energy audit is not a requirement for ISO50001, other procedures may be utilized to complete theenergy review or demonstrate energy performanceimprovement.– ISO 50001 do not require audit to be in accordance withISO50002 unless specifically designated by the organization.– Additionally, an energy audit may be conducted withoutthe intention of providing information for an ISO 50001energy review and energy performance.– Using consistent Method can facilitate Apple-to-Applebenchmarking across similar sites.

Scope:ISO 50003EnMS-Requirements for bodies providing audit andcertification of EnMSThis International Standard specifies requirements forcompetence, consistency and impartiality in the auditing andcertification of ISO 50001EnMS for bodies providing theseservices. In order to ensure the effectiveness of EnMS auditing,this International Standard addresses the auditing process,competence requirements for personnel involved in thecertification process for energy management systems, theduration of audits and multi-site sampling. The requirements ofISO/IEC 17021 also apply to this International Standard.

Scope: ISO 50004Guidance for the implementation, maintenance andimprovement of an EnMS This International Standard provides practical guidanceand examples for establishing, implementing, maintainingand improving an EnMS in accordance with the systematicapproach of ISO 50001. The guidance in this International Standard is applicable toany organization, regardless of its size, type, location orlevel of maturity. This International Standard does not provide guidance onhow to develop an IMS. While the guidance in this International Standard isconsistent with the ISO50001EnMS model, it is notintended to provide interpretations of the requirements ofISO 50001.

Scope: ISO 50004This International Standard provides guidance to userswith varying levels of energy management and EnMSexperience, including those:– with little or no experience of energy management ormanagement system standards;– undertaking energy efficiency projects but with littleor no EnMS experience;– having an EnMS in place, not necessarily based onISO 50001;– having experience with ISO 50001 and looking foradditional ideas or suggestions for improvement.

Scope: ISO 50006EnMS-Measuring energy performance using energybaselines (EnB) and energy performance indicators(EnPI)-General principles and guidance This International Standard provides guidance toorganizations on how to establish, use and maintainEnPIs and EnBs as part of the process of measuringEnergy Performance. The guidance in this International Standard isapplicable to any organization, regardless of its size,type, location or level of maturity in the field of energymanagement.

Scope: ISO 50015Measurement and Verification of OrganizationalEnergy Performance - General Principles andGuidanceThe purpose of this International Standard is to establish acommon set of principles and guidelines to be used for M&V oforganizational energy performance. M&V adds value by;– Increasing the credibility of energy performance results. Credibleresults facilitate continued pursuit of energy performanceimprovement.– This International Standard can be used irrespective of the energysources used.– This International Standard can be used by organizations with orwithout EnMS, for the M&V of energy performance, or for the M&V ofchanges in energy performance.– Used for all or part of an organization or to specific actions within anorganization.

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Scope:ISO 50002 Applicability of an ISO 50002 energy audit to an ISO 50001; – ISO 50002 helps in developing energy review and energy performance. – The use of an energy audit is not a requirement for ISO 50001, other procedures may be utilized to complete the ene

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